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Tag Archives: holiday blues
Thanksgiving is a bit anticlimactic, don’t you agree, Modern Philosophers? The entire day builds up to this enormous feast, but once you’re done eating, it feels just like any other meal. You’re full, a bit bloated, maybe you burp a … Continue reading
Dear Modern Philosophers, I am writing to you because I have an overwhelming sense of foreboding, and if anything happens to me, I want you to be able to tell the authorities who did it. I think Thanksgiving is trying … Continue reading
On Thanksgiving, try not to forget, Modern Philosophers, that the holidays are a difficult time for some people. I’m spending Thanksgiving alone, and I’m missing The Sweet Irish Girl terribly, so I’m not exactly in the best of moods. Quite … Continue reading